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Page 10-The Journal Opinion.May 12, 1982 W. TOPSHAM Soil Stewardship Week honored in Vermont w. * Oxbow board cautious Annual W. Topsham Talent (continued frompage 1) installed that would control MONTPELIER Governor celebration of Soil Steward- demand for food and with the the future because this is the Show will be held on May 22 at nf the nasition the amount of electricity used Richard A. Snelling has ship Week, according to an clearing and development of only world we have and the the W. Topsham Community --ln nthor mattpr the by the school, automatically. proclaimed the week of May announcement by Roy most land that is suitable for total heritage of our Hall from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. sch'oolo'ver'iurned'two recent Unfortunately, said 16-23, 1982 as Soil Stewardship Thorpe, VACD President. The cultivation, we must turn our descendants." Following the talent show will votes to deny a contract ex- Rothenherg, the device did not W,eekinVermont. theme of this year's attention to the task of saving Information and materiaLs be dancing to midnight with t.,u, ......... tu pi,y,o,'-n' uu,^-" tion include a warning system. . that Kenneth 6 The well-being of our celebration is "A Time for every acre," according to the for the 1982 observance of Soil music provided by the Wini  .. ,  u. would alert anyone ff it were people depends upon the Tenacity." National Association,, of Stewardship Week are Hight Trio and Electric Ku.y^'" .,u,-' ,,,,: ' " uf hen- to shut. . . down orbreak--whmh production of ample supplies Informative material on the Conservation Districts. The available in this area from Organ. Admission, adults cling in a signed contract it dldmMarch. "" " d of food, fiber and other Soil Stewardship Week theme dream ofadequatesuppliesof Dorothy G. Stevens, Wells $3.00; $1.00 for grade renewal, requested inwriting Komenn.erg..sam me was state Fish an products ofthesoil; andthe each year is distributed food and shelter must cover a River. schoolers and younger a contract extension after the SChOOlS emctrtclty rate tot " trai offwer quality and quantity of these through local conservation period that extends far into children willbeadmittedfree, deadline for contract renewal ensmng year was affected 'warr products depend upon the districts to clergymen, lay  had passed. At their last considerably (an estimated conservation, wise and proper leaders, churches, civic and water resources," he said. to individuals participating in management of the soil and educational organizations and The Vermont Association of the observance. Conservation Districts will "With the growth of Local eo00ation district to honor Soft Stew00 WOODSVILLE--The Grafton National Association of clearing and development of County Conservation District Conservation Districts most land that is suitable for will join in the nationwide (NACD). cultivation, we must turn our celebration of Soil Steward- NACD has sponsored Soil attention to the task of saving ship Week to take place on Stewardship Week since 1955, every acre," according to meeting, the board defeated his request but indicated to the school's administration that Kelly should be given first preference if he applies for his position. Last Thursday, the matter $24,000) due to the failure of the "Kilomizer" in March. CVPS has agreed to reset the school's rate for the ensuing year as a result of correspondence between Rothenberg and CVPS of- BRADFORD-- Kenneth M. the Harvey ()liver Denton, 63 of Bradford, died in Fairlee, Vt.; | el suddenly Monday morning member of the FishJ May 10 at Cottage Hospital in Pistol Team; and Woodsville, N.H. member of the He was born in Florence, Pistol and Rifle CI i1! i :I Mass. Jan. 9, 1919, the son of ( Bra by PO$ Mrs. Lina  join in the nationwide population and the world IIII IIII WE FIRMLY BELIEVE THIS SYSTEM PROVIDES THE BEST SOUND FOR UNDER $500. You've Got To Hear It To Believe It! I 00Boston Acous tics 5020 TURNTABLE Belt Drive, 33 Vs and 45 RPM Speeds 9200 CARTRIDGE I00-00a00,N00GRATED L__J AMPURER 20 watts per Channel Power Rating... "The 3020 can deliver twice its' rated power or 40 watts into an g-OHM im- pedance." 00tOnAcoustics A40 SPEAKERS May 16-23. The theme of this in cooperation with the year's celebration is "A Time nation's nearly 3,000 soil and for Tenacity." water conservation districts. This is "A Time for Informative material on the Tenacity" in our faith, in Soil Stewardship Week theme concept, in communication, in each year is distributed cooperation, the political through the local conservation arena, in experiments and districts to clergymen, lay research, in leadership, in leaders, churches, civic and priorities, and in total corn- educational organizations and mitment, as cited in the 16- to individuals participating in page Soil Stewardship Week the observance. booklet published by the "With the growth of population and the world demand for food and with the * off00es , (continued from page I) noon. The tax collector's office " 50 IYlore ill will remain at 7 Dorchester (contlnued from page I) Street. CVPS filed another request for Library Dispute a customer rate hike with the The town was able to break public Service Board--an ground on the new library increase of another 25 percent. I addition last fall after a Company president James lengthy battle over access to E. Griffin maintains the latest the building for the ban-increase is needed to offset dicapped that bad delayed and rising energy costs. almost swamped the project The new increase is being before it could start, disputed by a number of The original dispute was citizen's groups and the over a lift or elevator that the Vermont Public Service state's Governor's Council on Department. Technical the Handicapped had required hearings regarding the new 25 for the building. The lift would percent rate increase are have had a six-foot elevation, scheduled to begin in Mont- The dispute ended after the pelier this month• state organization backed Griffin reportedly told down on the issue that was stockholders at last week's blocking the $186,000 project, meeting that 1981 had been a "In respect to sound quality TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY per dollar, the A40 is surely one of the most cost-effective speaker designs we have seen in 1979 CHEVY MALIBU rc:enttimes. " WAGON-- V-6, Auto. Trans., "" PS, Super Clean! 25,000 SUGGESTED LIST $651. (cov.r not original miles. Call for special price. Darrell Jay, 802-229- SYSTEM :499oo 4136.9AMto6PM. IT--5-12._c PRICE ..,. WANTED-- Man or man and wife for haying. (Four Comnts) Capable of operating normal equipment. Able to handle hales and odd jobs. Opening available at once. Some good year for the company. But he said the company must do a better job in the future of explaining their position to the public, the state legislature, and government officials. Griffin says the company is committed to promoting the efficient use of energy. Defeated Proposals Stockholders at the meeting defeated for the third year in a row proposals submitted by Orford's Thomas Trunzo that called for the company to take a more negative view toward investments in nuclear power. CAMERA SHOP OF HANOVER n I chamber work for wife. No Another defeated proposal children, no pots. Small, offered by Trunzo would have II 47.51 S. Main Street Hanover N.H. II furnished dwelling to live in, prohibited officers of CVPS to Fairlee, Vt. 802-333-4326. serve on the board of directors I 3T--5-26--c - II I II , • Ilil|iN -- ALL CONVENTIONAL BEDDINGS & WATERBEDS-- % OFF till May 22rid 00-TWIN, FULL, QUEEN & KING SIZE- EVERY SIZE AND QUALITY FROM FOAMRUBBER TO INNERSPRING TO WATERBEDS IS NOW ON SALE AT 25 PERCENT OFF. PRICED REGULARLY FROM $79.95. SEE OUR ENTIRE LINE OF BEDDING TODAY AT FURNITURE AND CARPET AUCTION BRADFORD, VT. 222-5758 Pleasant Street Laundromat 30 Washers 24 Dryers Mr. Maytag Says, Keep America Strong, With The "Bond A Month Plan" Come In & Sign Up ..... We Will 81vo Away A of nuclear plant companies. New Comprehensive Program Also at the meeting, the company unveiled a revamped program designed to reinforce its policy of en- couraging the conservation of electricity. Thomas J. Hurcomb, vice president of external affairs for CVPS, said the theme of the program, "CV and You,, Partners in Energy Con- servation," emphasizes "the joint effort CVPS and its customers must make to hold. electric bills down." He said the program has three essential ingredients NACD. "The dream of adequate supplies of food and shelter must cover a period that extends far into the future because this is the only world we have and the total heritage of our decendants." • Information and materials for the 1982 observance of Soil Stewardship Week are available in this area from the Grafton County Conservation District, Court Street, Woedsville, N.H. (603) 747- 2001. profits designed to achieve that goal: -- "1. Water heater in- sulation jackets. CV will sell for $10 an R-10 insulation" jacket that can save the customer 700 kilowatt hours and more than $20 on Rate 03, and up to $50 on Rate 01, each year. -- "2. Operation Peak Alert• An educational program will begin early this fall in an oeffort to encourage customers to cooperate during extremely cold weather by deferring unncessary use of appliances. The goal is to avoid reaching a new peak which costs the company and customers all year 10ng for capacity needed perhaps on only one day in the was brought up again; and again the contract extension was defeated. However, after principal Richard Rothenberg cautioned the school board not to let Kelly's physical education position "fall into the same fate" as the math- science position. The school board called a vote on whether or not to keep the physical education position. As a result, the position will stay. That vote brought a request for a third vote on the contract extension from Judith For- ward. Three board members voted yes, two voted no and chairman Putnam abstained. Failsafe Device Rothenberg reported to the school board last Thursday that by pursuing a complaint with the Central Vermont Public Service Corporation, he may have been able to save the school over $20,000 on its electricity bill. Five years ago the school had a "Kilomizer" device ficials. The distributor for the "Kilomizer" in Glens Falls, N•Y. has agreed to install a "faiLsafe device" on the system, said Rothenberg. The manufacturer of the "Kilomizer" has gone out of business, he added. Fire Alarms Two students were suspended last week after fire alarms were tripped in two separate incidents at the Oxbow school last Thursday. Rothenberg said the first alarm went off at about 8:15 a.m. when a student allegedly broke a hot water pipe in a school bathroom--steam causing the alarm to go off. The second alarm was pulled by a student reluctant to return to classes after students were required to return to the building, having spent much of the morning outside after the first alarm. The Bradford Fire Department and Vermont State Police had responded to thealarms. * Mt. Lakes group seeks held (continued from page 1) munity" clean. The first requires that "all garbage shall be placed in permenent- type containers with a secured lid," and would fine violators $10. winter. The other pollution-related --"3. Community Demand ordinance deals only with Management. A variety of houses on lake4ront property, interest groups within a requiring owners to "have community will be drawn their septic tanks pumped a together into a task force, minimum of once every five Based on background in- years, beginning with . . . formation from CV on existing. 1982.' Failure to do so would energy management and "result in a $50 fine for every conservation programs, the month beyond the calendar task force will: a. determine year for which compliance is the energy conservation needs disregarded•" of the community or region; The other Mountain Lakes and b. help CV communicate voter-approved ordinances the pertinent energy are: "There shall be no management and con- housing Or parking of any servation programs to the commercial or construction vehicle exceeding four wheels community." "CV and You programs will benefit our customers," Hurcomb said, "by allowing them to control their elec- tricity costs and conserve our natural resources. They benefit the company by reducing our need for high- cost capital expenditures on new plants and facilities." "The way to get started," Hurcomb added, "is to install a water heater jacket and encourage friends and neigh- bors to do so as well." The jackets will be available at CV district offices, he said. Of the three ingredients of the new plan, only the third, Community Demand Management, has not, at least in part, already been used by the company in past con- servation efforts. CONSIGNMENT AUCTION CONSIGNMENT To beheld at Gray's Field, Rt. 5, Fairlee, Vt. SATURDAY, MAY 15 Starting at 9 A.M. FARM MACHINERY Ford 800 tractor, Ford 800 w- dual wheels, mower, J.D. 2010, J.D. 40, Case Vac tractor, Ferguson 30 tractor, Farmall M, Farmall Cub, w-mower, Case 885 diesel w-bucket, Int. 544 diesel w- bucket, J.D. 420 crawler, M.F, 65 diesel, J.D. 24T baler, J.D. 14'I" M.F. 12 baler, 2 lime spreaders, wheelharrows, 2 & bottom 3 pt. hitch plows, J.D. mowers, new rotary mowers, hay elevator, 3 pt. hitch rake, 3 pt. hitch cultivator, springtouth harrow, 4 wheel hay wagon, Int. baler, Grimm tedder, Lely redder, Hesston PTI0, 3 pt. hitch cement ridder, scraper blade, forage wagon, .corn chopper, saw rig - flat belt, PTO post hole digger, PTO 100 gal. sprayer on steel wheels, etc. CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT 3- 2 axle Wailers, Fruehauf pulp trailer, single axle trailer, J.D: 420 w-loader & backhoe, Cat. I)6 w- Hyster winch & blade, Int. TD6 w- blade, 1965 Mack 10 yd. dump truck, 1978 Int. Cab over tractor, etc. AUTOS & TRUCKS 1982 Chev. Custom Deluxe P-Up w-5700 miles, 1981 V.W.P-Up 5600 miles, 1978 Ford P-Up, 19"/6 Chev. Luv P- Up w-cap, 1971 GMC platform dump truck, 19'/9 Mercury Zephure, 1976 Chev. C50, 19"/5 CJ5 4 wheel drive jeep w- canvas top, 19'/2 Maverick, 19'/I Dodge Dart, plus many more. MISCELLANEOUS Yamaha motorcycle, elec. golf cart, Tucker Sue cat, new Simplicity self propelled snow blower, lawn mowers, large anvil, 2- 1 lunger engines, ehaineaws, Didier brush chipper, shredder-grinder attach, broom attach, 4' sycle bar mower attach, 54" center rotary mower Blene rotary mower, etc. Gans Tire Co. will be at the file delling new Implement, car, & truck tires, also a lead of new tools. TERMS CASH OR GOOD CHECK f . LUNCH ON GROUNDS NO SALE FEE All conslgaments must be in en Friday, May 14. The field 00UHHoMAT w,, be open all day. All motor vehicles must have proper title papers, r On  ! W Baks WARM - CLEAN 18S-€140 OR 765-2111 " S RYEGATE (continued from page 3) and daughter banquet May 22 at 6 p.m. and a chicken pie supper and bazaar Sept. 16. The children's sermon Sunday, May 2, was a prayer for Stephanie Elliott, one-and- a-half-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Elliott of Boltonville. All present were saddened to learn of Stephanie's death the next night. Gloria Welch and Winnie Pineo went to the Grace Methodist Church in St. Johnsbury April 25 for a follow-up on the nuclear arms freeze resolutions passed on Town Meeting Day and for plans for the Jobs, Peace and Freedom Coalition meeting that is to take place in the Barre Auditorium May 8. Winnie Pineo went to Burlington May 5 for the special meeting that the Vermont Association for Retarded Citizens had with Richard Surles, Vermont Commissioner of Mental Health, on the role of ad- vocates in community placement. Dorothy Homeister and Pearl Grant returned May 5 from their winter residences in New Jersey and Florida. Mrs. Winona Sulham spent several days recently with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Patterson, W. Groton. Judi Bouffard, kindergarten teacher at BMUS, and son John of Wells River were dinner guests April 24 of or 5,0o0 lbs. curb weight within the district, excepting those.. • on temporary business (a) for the district, (h) on behalf of property owners.., for... refuse removal, home building-repair, or other legitimate service calls, or the vehicle will be towed away at the owner's expense. "Any business, trade, or enterprise established on commercially designated land shall be restricted to lawyers, doctors, architects, ac- countants, engineers, and New Hampshire licensed real estate brokers." It was specualted at the Monday evening that these ordinances may have to come before all the voters of Haverhill before they can become law, even though they would only apply to the Mountain Lakes district. Winnie Frost. Mrs. Frost was also visited April 29 by Mrs. Donald Carleton and daughter Betsy of W. Newbury and the weekend of May 1 by her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Black, and grandson Tim of Wesffield, Mass., and grandson John Frost of Walpole, N.H. In what may mean the eventual take-over by Ver- mont of Barrington (R.I.) College, Danny Fiske and Debbie Houghton were recently elected president and vice president respectively of their class there and Debbie's current beau, Scott Griggs, of Orange, was voted in president of the Student Association. Debbie and Scott were also recently given a far higher honor--that of being crowned King and Queen of the Valentine's Social. Ushers for the receiving of the offering in the church service May 2 were four young people recently confirmed and admitted as members: Sheri Ashford, Kelly Murphy, Chris Gandin and Gene Zambon. Lee, Hugh and Janice Dawley celebrated May Day (or the Witch's Sabbath) by going to South Road Pottery in Bradford to buy a big pot and on across the river to Haverhill Gardens to buy a plant to put into it--a geranium that, in its present state of development, seems to be several sizes too small to fill it. But, even geraniums can grow, can't they?. ImUuNcz George M. and Cecelia (Cox) Denton. He attended schools in Springfield and after his schooling was employed by the City of Springfield, Mass. on the survey crew. On July 21, 1943, he entered the United States Army and served as survey and in- strument man and was honorably discharged April 8, 1946. On Feb. 7, 1944, in Orange County Association. He is survived Hazel of daughter Foote of Charlotte, . two sons, Arthur " Jackson Hole, Vi Kenneth Denton d_!l l Falls, Vt.; two g. [ Christy and Jo both of Charlotte brothers HarrY  Barre, Vt., d , Denton of ?  alsO . servic Springfield, Mass., he Mass. He is alsO tg, married Hazel Webster who two nieces. survives. Funeral I In 1946 he moved to Pitt- held Wednesday, sford, Vt. where he was em- 2:00 p.m. at tl,'  ployed by New England United Church of i Telephone and Telegraph Pastor Bill wick ? Id tq Company as an engineer. On John Knight officia i, Aug. 1, 1947, he went to work Interment will tal| for the State of Vermont Fish the family lot i-"' and Game Department as a Cemetery in Bradf°i  Warden and was promoted to Donations in hi • District Supervisor in 1961. In may he made to  l @' 1968 he was promoted by the Denton Memorially!  department to State training ship, Wardens • # officer for the Fish and Game Herb Conly, T Department. He was to retire Underhill, Vt. July 1, 1982. The Hale He had been a resident of Bradford, Vt. is Bradford since 1948. arrangements. He was a past member of Vershire man dies VERSHIRE-- Russell Arnold Judity Adams of ii Smith, 32, died at his home on Janice Gregory ' May2. Mass., a niece He was born on June 19, His father died m 1 1949, in Springfield, Vt., the Funeral service son of Walter W. and Della Wednesday afternO;, (Swasey) Smith. the Post Mills CA# Mr. Smith was a 1967 Church. Burial will l graduate of Thetford Post Mills Cemet Academy and later from the The Godfrey F East Coast Aero Tech School of Ely is in c.i with high honors, arrangements. At the time of his death he Memorial was foreman at Hebb may he made Manufacturing Co. in Tun- Softball Team No. bridge. Max "Spike" He is survived by his mother Stratford 05070. ! of Post Mills; two sisters, R00ate infant dies RYEGATE-- Stephanie Anne Ryegate; her. ! Elliott, infant daughter of grandmother, M' Stephen and Barbara Anne Bailey, Spring l (Bailey) Elliott, died Monday aunts, uncles anao,' night in the Mary Hitchcock A graveside set Memorial Hospital in heldlast Thursda.Y  Street Cemetery i HanoVer. The Rev.d She was born March 13, RieleyN'H" ,-ResnikW 1982, in Cottage Hospital, Arrangements Woedsville, N.H. the direction of Besides her parents, she leaves her paternal grand-Funeral Home, -:s father, Russell Elliott, East_ Woodsville, N.H. :rtVl Crying in his heart ii Yet smiling all the while ' Life tearing all apart [Y the long last mile. Walking rsh,,_ Walking on alone  ttl lh t Hoping yet to see !1] Mankind and the world The way they ought to be. ;h We can weep a bit ;][Pi Or just sit and pray Or pick up the lighted candle He carried all the way. Fabric p4ow you can make Y'jl ", own or, i.., with our beautifO, sLqk b of selection ' t 100% cotton, 44/ ipo  e We also carry all tle trimming and accoSS°"?vi flatter our collection" i ' All machine wasaDle k tumble dry. I Page 10-The Journal Opinion.May 12, 1982 W. TOPSHAM Soil Stewardship Week honored in Vermont w. * Oxbow board cautious Annual W. Topsham Talent (continued frompage 1) installed that would control MONTPELIER Governor celebration of Soil Steward- demand for food and with the the future because this is the Show will be held on May 22 at nf the nasition the amount of electricity used Richard A. Snelling has ship Week, according to an clearing and development of only world we have and the the W. Topsham Community --ln nthor mattpr the by the school, automatically. proclaimed the week of May announcement by Roy most land that is suitable for total heritage of our Hall from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. sch'oolo'ver'iurned'two recent Unfortunately, said 16-23, 1982 as Soil Stewardship Thorpe, VACD President. The cultivation, we must turn our descendants." Following the talent show will votes to deny a contract ex- Rothenherg, the device did not W,eekinVermont. theme of this year's attention to the task of saving Information and materiaLs be dancing to midnight with t.,u, ......... tu pi,y,o,'-n' uu,^-" tion include a warning system. . that Kenneth 6 The well-being of our celebration is "A Time for every acre," according to the for the 1982 observance of Soil music provided by the Wini  .. ,  u. would alert anyone ff it were people depends upon the Tenacity." National Association,, of Stewardship Week are Hight Trio and Electric Ku.y^'" .,u,-' ,,,,: ' " uf hen- to shut. . . down orbreak--whmh production of ample supplies Informative material on the Conservation Districts. The available in this area from Organ. Admission, adults cling in a signed contract it dldmMarch. "" " d of food, fiber and other Soil Stewardship Week theme dream ofadequatesuppliesof Dorothy G. Stevens, Wells $3.00; $1.00 for grade renewal, requested inwriting Komenn.erg..sam me was state Fish an products ofthesoil; andthe each year is distributed food and shelter must cover a River. schoolers and younger a contract extension after the SChOOlS emctrtclty rate tot " trai offwer quality and quantity of these through local conservation period that extends far into children willbeadmittedfree, deadline for contract renewal ensmng year was affected 'warr products depend upon the districts to clergymen, lay  had passed. At their last considerably (an estimated conservation, wise and proper leaders, churches, civic and water resources," he said. to individuals participating in management of the soil and educational organizations and The Vermont Association of the observance. Conservation Districts will "With the growth of Local eo00ation district to honor Soft Stew00 WOODSVILLE--The Grafton National Association of clearing and development of County Conservation District Conservation Districts most land that is suitable for will join in the nationwide (NACD). cultivation, we must turn our celebration of Soil Steward- NACD has sponsored Soil attention to the task of saving ship Week to take place on Stewardship Week since 1955, every acre," according to meeting, the board defeated his request but indicated to the school's administration that Kelly should be given first preference if he applies for his position. Last Thursday, the matter $24,000) due to the failure of the "Kilomizer" in March. CVPS has agreed to reset the school's rate for the ensuing year as a result of correspondence between Rothenberg and CVPS of- BRADFORD-- Kenneth M. the Harvey ()liver Denton, 63 of Bradford, died in Fairlee, Vt.; | el suddenly Monday morning member of the FishJ May 10 at Cottage Hospital in Pistol Team; and Woodsville, N.H. member of the He was born in Florence, Pistol and Rifle CI i1! i :I Mass. Jan. 9, 1919, the son of ( Bra by PO$ Mrs. Lina  join in the nationwide population and the world IIII IIII WE FIRMLY BELIEVE THIS SYSTEM PROVIDES THE BEST SOUND FOR UNDER $500. You've Got To Hear It To Believe It! I 00Boston Acous tics 5020 TURNTABLE Belt Drive, 33 Vs and 45 RPM Speeds 9200 CARTRIDGE I00-00a00,N00GRATED L__J AMPURER 20 watts per Channel Power Rating... "The 3020 can deliver twice its' rated power or 40 watts into an g-OHM im- pedance." 00tOnAcoustics A40 SPEAKERS May 16-23. The theme of this in cooperation with the year's celebration is "A Time nation's nearly 3,000 soil and for Tenacity." water conservation districts. This is "A Time for Informative material on the Tenacity" in our faith, in Soil Stewardship Week theme concept, in communication, in each year is distributed cooperation, the political through the local conservation arena, in experiments and districts to clergymen, lay research, in leadership, in leaders, churches, civic and priorities, and in total corn- educational organizations and mitment, as cited in the 16- to individuals participating in page Soil Stewardship Week the observance. booklet published by the "With the growth of population and the world demand for food and with the * off00es , (continued from page I) noon. The tax collector's office " 50 IYlore ill will remain at 7 Dorchester (contlnued from page I) Street. CVPS filed another request for Library Dispute a customer rate hike with the The town was able to break public Service Board--an ground on the new library increase of another 25 percent. I addition last fall after a Company president James lengthy battle over access to E. Griffin maintains the latest the building for the ban-increase is needed to offset dicapped that bad delayed and rising energy costs. almost swamped the project The new increase is being before it could start, disputed by a number of The original dispute was citizen's groups and the over a lift or elevator that the Vermont Public Service state's Governor's Council on Department. Technical the Handicapped had required hearings regarding the new 25 for the building. The lift would percent rate increase are have had a six-foot elevation, scheduled to begin in Mont- The dispute ended after the pelier this month• state organization backed Griffin reportedly told down on the issue that was stockholders at last week's blocking the $186,000 project, meeting that 1981 had been a "In respect to sound quality TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY per dollar, the A40 is surely one of the most cost-effective speaker designs we have seen in 1979 CHEVY MALIBU rc:enttimes. " WAGON-- V-6, Auto. Trans., "" PS, Super Clean! 25,000 SUGGESTED LIST $651. (cov.r not original miles. Call for special price. Darrell Jay, 802-229- SYSTEM :499oo 4136.9AMto6PM. IT--5-12._c PRICE ..,. WANTED-- Man or man and wife for haying. (Four Comnts) Capable of operating normal equipment. Able to handle hales and odd jobs. Opening available at once. Some good year for the company. But he said the company must do a better job in the future of explaining their position to the public, the state legislature, and government officials. Griffin says the company is committed to promoting the efficient use of energy. Defeated Proposals Stockholders at the meeting defeated for the third year in a row proposals submitted by Orford's Thomas Trunzo that called for the company to take a more negative view toward investments in nuclear power. CAMERA SHOP OF HANOVER n I chamber work for wife. No Another defeated proposal children, no pots. Small, offered by Trunzo would have II 47.51 S. Main Street Hanover N.H. II furnished dwelling to live in, prohibited officers of CVPS to Fairlee, Vt. 802-333-4326. serve on the board of directors I 3T--5-26--c - II I II , • Ilil|iN -- ALL CONVENTIONAL BEDDINGS & WATERBEDS-- % OFF till May 22rid 00-TWIN, FULL, QUEEN & KING SIZE- EVERY SIZE AND QUALITY FROM FOAMRUBBER TO INNERSPRING TO WATERBEDS IS NOW ON SALE AT 25 PERCENT OFF. PRICED REGULARLY FROM $79.95. SEE OUR ENTIRE LINE OF BEDDING TODAY AT FURNITURE AND CARPET AUCTION BRADFORD, VT. 222-5758 Pleasant Street Laundromat 30 Washers 24 Dryers Mr. Maytag Says, Keep America Strong, With The "Bond A Month Plan" Come In & Sign Up ..... We Will 81vo Away A of nuclear plant companies. New Comprehensive Program Also at the meeting, the company unveiled a revamped program designed to reinforce its policy of en- couraging the conservation of electricity. Thomas J. Hurcomb, vice president of external affairs for CVPS, said the theme of the program, "CV and You,, Partners in Energy Con- servation," emphasizes "the joint effort CVPS and its customers must make to hold. electric bills down." He said the program has three essential ingredients NACD. "The dream of adequate supplies of food and shelter must cover a period that extends far into the future because this is the only world we have and the total heritage of our decendants." • Information and materials for the 1982 observance of Soil Stewardship Week are available in this area from the Grafton County Conservation District, Court Street, Woedsville, N.H. (603) 747- 2001. profits designed to achieve that goal: -- "1. Water heater in- sulation jackets. CV will sell for $10 an R-10 insulation" jacket that can save the customer 700 kilowatt hours and more than $20 on Rate 03, and up to $50 on Rate 01, each year. -- "2. Operation Peak Alert• An educational program will begin early this fall in an oeffort to encourage customers to cooperate during extremely cold weather by deferring unncessary use of appliances. The goal is to avoid reaching a new peak which costs the company and customers all year 10ng for capacity needed perhaps on only one day in the was brought up again; and again the contract extension was defeated. However, after principal Richard Rothenberg cautioned the school board not to let Kelly's physical education position "fall into the same fate" as the math- science position. The school board called a vote on whether or not to keep the physical education position. As a result, the position will stay. That vote brought a request for a third vote on the contract extension from Judith For- ward. Three board members voted yes, two voted no and chairman Putnam abstained. Failsafe Device Rothenberg reported to the school board last Thursday that by pursuing a complaint with the Central Vermont Public Service Corporation, he may have been able to save the school over $20,000 on its electricity bill. Five years ago the school had a "Kilomizer" device ficials. The distributor for the "Kilomizer" in Glens Falls, N•Y. has agreed to install a "faiLsafe device" on the system, said Rothenberg. The manufacturer of the "Kilomizer" has gone out of business, he added. Fire Alarms Two students were suspended last week after fire alarms were tripped in two separate incidents at the Oxbow school last Thursday. Rothenberg said the first alarm went off at about 8:15 a.m. when a student allegedly broke a hot water pipe in a school bathroom--steam causing the alarm to go off. The second alarm was pulled by a student reluctant to return to classes after students were required to return to the building, having spent much of the morning outside after the first alarm. The Bradford Fire Department and Vermont State Police had responded to thealarms. * Mt. Lakes group seeks held (continued from page 1) munity" clean. The first requires that "all garbage shall be placed in permenent- type containers with a secured lid," and would fine violators $10. winter. The other pollution-related --"3. Community Demand ordinance deals only with Management. A variety of houses on lake4ront property, interest groups within a requiring owners to "have community will be drawn their septic tanks pumped a together into a task force, minimum of once every five Based on background in- years, beginning with . . . formation from CV on existing. 1982.' Failure to do so would energy management and "result in a $50 fine for every conservation programs, the month beyond the calendar task force will: a. determine year for which compliance is the energy conservation needs disregarded•" of the community or region; The other Mountain Lakes and b. help CV communicate voter-approved ordinances the pertinent energy are: "There shall be no management and con- housing Or parking of any servation programs to the commercial or construction vehicle exceeding four wheels community." "CV and You programs will benefit our customers," Hurcomb said, "by allowing them to control their elec- tricity costs and conserve our natural resources. They benefit the company by reducing our need for high- cost capital expenditures on new plants and facilities." "The way to get started," Hurcomb added, "is to install a water heater jacket and encourage friends and neigh- bors to do so as well." The jackets will be available at CV district offices, he said. Of the three ingredients of the new plan, only the third, Community Demand Management, has not, at least in part, already been used by the company in past con- servation efforts. CONSIGNMENT AUCTION CONSIGNMENT To beheld at Gray's Field, Rt. 5, Fairlee, Vt. SATURDAY, MAY 15 Starting at 9 A.M. FARM MACHINERY Ford 800 tractor, Ford 800 w- dual wheels, mower, J.D. 2010, J.D. 40, Case Vac tractor, Ferguson 30 tractor, Farmall M, Farmall Cub, w-mower, Case 885 diesel w-bucket, Int. 544 diesel w- bucket, J.D. 420 crawler, M.F, 65 diesel, J.D. 24T baler, J.D. 14'I" M.F. 12 baler, 2 lime spreaders, wheelharrows, 2 & bottom 3 pt. hitch plows, J.D. mowers, new rotary mowers, hay elevator, 3 pt. hitch rake, 3 pt. hitch cultivator, springtouth harrow, 4 wheel hay wagon, Int. baler, Grimm tedder, Lely redder, Hesston PTI0, 3 pt. hitch cement ridder, scraper blade, forage wagon, .corn chopper, saw rig - flat belt, PTO post hole digger, PTO 100 gal. sprayer on steel wheels, etc. CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT 3- 2 axle Wailers, Fruehauf pulp trailer, single axle trailer, J.D: 420 w-loader & backhoe, Cat. I)6 w- Hyster winch & blade, Int. TD6 w- blade, 1965 Mack 10 yd. dump truck, 1978 Int. Cab over tractor, etc. AUTOS & TRUCKS 1982 Chev. Custom Deluxe P-Up w-5700 miles, 1981 V.W.P-Up 5600 miles, 1978 Ford P-Up, 19"/6 Chev. Luv P- Up w-cap, 1971 GMC platform dump truck, 19'/9 Mercury Zephure, 1976 Chev. C50, 19"/5 CJ5 4 wheel drive jeep w- canvas top, 19'/2 Maverick, 19'/I Dodge Dart, plus many more. MISCELLANEOUS Yamaha motorcycle, elec. golf cart, Tucker Sue cat, new Simplicity self propelled snow blower, lawn mowers, large anvil, 2- 1 lunger engines, ehaineaws, Didier brush chipper, shredder-grinder attach, broom attach, 4' sycle bar mower attach, 54" center rotary mower Blene rotary mower, etc. Gans Tire Co. will be at the file delling new Implement, car, & truck tires, also a lead of new tools. TERMS CASH OR GOOD CHECK f . LUNCH ON GROUNDS NO SALE FEE All conslgaments must be in en Friday, May 14. The field 00UHHoMAT w,, be open all day. All motor vehicles must have proper title papers, r On  ! W Baks WARM - CLEAN 18S-€140 OR 765-2111 " S RYEGATE (continued from page 3) and daughter banquet May 22 at 6 p.m. and a chicken pie supper and bazaar Sept. 16. The children's sermon Sunday, May 2, was a prayer for Stephanie Elliott, one-and- a-half-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Elliott of Boltonville. All present were saddened to learn of Stephanie's death the next night. Gloria Welch and Winnie Pineo went to the Grace Methodist Church in St. Johnsbury April 25 for a follow-up on the nuclear arms freeze resolutions passed on Town Meeting Day and for plans for the Jobs, Peace and Freedom Coalition meeting that is to take place in the Barre Auditorium May 8. Winnie Pineo went to Burlington May 5 for the special meeting that the Vermont Association for Retarded Citizens had with Richard Surles, Vermont Commissioner of Mental Health, on the role of ad- vocates in community placement. Dorothy Homeister and Pearl Grant returned May 5 from their winter residences in New Jersey and Florida. Mrs. Winona Sulham spent several days recently with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Patterson, W. Groton. Judi Bouffard, kindergarten teacher at BMUS, and son John of Wells River were dinner guests April 24 of or 5,0o0 lbs. curb weight within the district, excepting those.. • on temporary business (a) for the district, (h) on behalf of property owners.., for... refuse removal, home building-repair, or other legitimate service calls, or the vehicle will be towed away at the owner's expense. "Any business, trade, or enterprise established on commercially designated land shall be restricted to lawyers, doctors, architects, ac- countants, engineers, and New Hampshire licensed real estate brokers." It was specualted at the Monday evening that these ordinances may have to come before all the voters of Haverhill before they can become law, even though they would only apply to the Mountain Lakes district. Winnie Frost. Mrs. Frost was also visited April 29 by Mrs. Donald Carleton and daughter Betsy of W. Newbury and the weekend of May 1 by her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Black, and grandson Tim of Wesffield, Mass., and grandson John Frost of Walpole, N.H. In what may mean the eventual take-over by Ver- mont of Barrington (R.I.) College, Danny Fiske and Debbie Houghton were recently elected president and vice president respectively of their class there and Debbie's current beau, Scott Griggs, of Orange, was voted in president of the Student Association. Debbie and Scott were also recently given a far higher honor--that of being crowned King and Queen of the Valentine's Social. Ushers for the receiving of the offering in the church service May 2 were four young people recently confirmed and admitted as members: Sheri Ashford, Kelly Murphy, Chris Gandin and Gene Zambon. Lee, Hugh and Janice Dawley celebrated May Day (or the Witch's Sabbath) by going to South Road Pottery in Bradford to buy a big pot and on across the river to Haverhill Gardens to buy a plant to put into it--a geranium that, in its present state of development, seems to be several sizes too small to fill it. But, even geraniums can grow, can't they?. ImUuNcz George M. and Cecelia (Cox) Denton. He attended schools in Springfield and after his schooling was employed by the City of Springfield, Mass. on the survey crew. On July 21, 1943, he entered the United States Army and served as survey and in- strument man and was honorably discharged April 8, 1946. On Feb. 7, 1944, in Orange County Association. He is survived Hazel of daughter Foote of Charlotte, . two sons, Arthur " Jackson Hole, Vi Kenneth Denton d_!l l Falls, Vt.; two g. [ Christy and Jo both of Charlotte brothers HarrY  Barre, Vt., d , Denton of ?  alsO . servic Springfield, Mass., he Mass. He is alsO tg, married Hazel Webster who two nieces. survives. Funeral I In 1946 he moved to Pitt- held Wednesday, sford, Vt. where he was em- 2:00 p.m. at tl,'  ployed by New England United Church of i Telephone and Telegraph Pastor Bill wick ? Id tq Company as an engineer. On John Knight officia i, Aug. 1, 1947, he went to work Interment will tal| for the State of Vermont Fish the family lot i-"' and Game Department as a Cemetery in Bradf°i  Warden and was promoted to Donations in hi • District Supervisor in 1961. In may he made to  l @' 1968 he was promoted by the Denton Memorially!  department to State training ship, Wardens • # officer for the Fish and Game Herb Conly, T Department. He was to retire Underhill, Vt. July 1, 1982. The Hale He had been a resident of Bradford, Vt. is Bradford since 1948. arrangements. He was a past member of Vershire man dies VERSHIRE-- Russell Arnold Judity Adams of ii Smith, 32, died at his home on Janice Gregory ' May2. Mass., a niece He was born on June 19, His father died m 1 1949, in Springfield, Vt., the Funeral service son of Walter W. and Della Wednesday afternO;, (Swasey) Smith. the Post Mills CA# Mr. Smith was a 1967 Church. Burial will l graduate of Thetford Post Mills Cemet Academy and later from the The Godfrey F East Coast Aero Tech School of Ely is in c.i with high honors, arrangements. At the time of his death he Memorial was foreman at Hebb may he made Manufacturing Co. in Tun- Softball Team No. bridge. Max "Spike" He is survived by his mother Stratford 05070. ! of Post Mills; two sisters, R00ate infant dies RYEGATE-- Stephanie Anne Ryegate; her. ! Elliott, infant daughter of grandmother, M' Stephen and Barbara Anne Bailey, Spring l (Bailey) Elliott, died Monday aunts, uncles anao,' night in the Mary Hitchcock A graveside set Memorial Hospital in heldlast Thursda.Y  Street Cemetery i HanoVer. The Rev.d She was born March 13, RieleyN'H" ,-ResnikW 1982, in Cottage Hospital, Arrangements Woedsville, N.H. the direction of Besides her parents, she leaves her paternal grand-Funeral Home, -:s father, Russell Elliott, East_ Woodsville, N.H. :rtVl Crying in his heart ii Yet smiling all the while ' Life tearing all apart [Y the long last mile. Walking rsh,,_ Walking on alone  ttl lh t Hoping yet to see !1] Mankind and the world The way they ought to be. ;h We can weep a bit ;][Pi Or just sit and pray Or pick up the lighted candle He carried all the way. 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